Kid’s Playroom Ideas: How to Organize The Playroom

kids playroom ideas(Written by Morag A.) If you’re lucky enough to have a separate room in your home for the kids to play in, you’ll know how much mess that small children can make in a short period of time. If the mess is confined to one room, it can be tempting just to close the door and forget about it, but when the kids have been playing in the room where you want to relax after they’ve gone to bed, ignoring the toys and games isn’t so easy.

  • Rewards

Even the youngest children can be encouraged to help tidy up at the end of the day and to put their toys away before bed. There are lots of commercially produced rewards charts on the market which allows the child to win a gold star for their efforts, but you can just as easily make your own and allow your child to choose their own sticker to put on the chart once everything is put away.

Older children can more easily understand that in order to get their weekly pocket money, they have to help out by tidying and completing other chores. [Read more…]

Kid’s Room Ideas With The Elements of Education

Kid's Room Ideas with The Elements of Education

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(Written by Amanda Brooks in UK) As a parent, there’s no doubt that you rate your child’s education pretty high up there in terms of importance. So when it comes to redecorating his or her room – why not bear this in mind?

Incorporating education into your child’s room will inject some fun into learning – playrooms are a place of sanctuary, fun and familiarity, so it won’t be long before times tables are associated with fun – or at least, that’s the theory!

Talking of times tables – there are many ways you can use decoration to your advantage. Whether it’s in the form of a poster or magnets on the radiator – maths can be effectively implemented. If you have an artistic friend, a nice framed picture of times tables will add an original flair to the room.

When it comes to geography, this is just as easy to introduce to your child’s room. You could invest in a spinning globe or a colourful wall atlas. Depending on how adventurous you’re feeling, you could even buy some colourful paints, hone in on your imagination and dedicate one wall to drawing your own map of the world.

Along with maths and geography – books are imperative to learning, development and language. Ensure that your child has a brimming bookshelf full of colourful, stimulating books that look too intriguing to resist. If you’re investing in new furniture, the more colourful the children’s furniture the better, especially if your child is of the age of learning colours. [Read more…]

Kids’ Playroom Design Ideas: Ruler Growth Chart

Ruler Growth Chart(Written by Elle Yi) Wall art and wall decals can offer an opportunity of designing kids’ playrooms without any extra charges. Parents can simply create amazing wall decorations with a variety of colors and styles discovering their own creativity.

The wall decorations are already the most popular modern design approach for kids’ playroom design ideas. For example, wall decals can easily convert boring playrooms into something amazing. Wall borders have been a common solution to boost a decorating scheme and create a certain theme for kids’ playrooms. [Read more…]

Kids Playroom Ideas: Learn Through Play

Learn Through Play(Written by Heather Ilardi and Edited by Elle Yi) Through play in the classroom, children test facts and redefine human relationships. They also explore their creativity and imagination while guided by parents and teachers. In fact, children can learn through investigation, experimentation, taking initiative, making choices and interacting with other children and adults.

Parents need to realize that creativity is encouraged when kids focus not on the product, but on the process of creation. [Read more…]

Kids’ Playroom Design Ideas with Chalkboard

with chalkboard(Written by Elle Yi) Design ideas of playroom can create a space in the household where kids have fun with their own space. When parents offer kids with a designated play space, they definitely enjoy playing.

When parents want to create a colorful and entertaining playroom for kids, they are often discouraged without playroom design ideas. However, parents can simply convert unused space into a chalkboard.

Chalkboard painting is a good idea for the walls of a fun playroom among decorators. Parents could select traditional black or a variety of chalkboard paints colors including green, pink and orange. [Read more…]